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Poor Man’s Steady Cam

Build a steadycam for your home video camera. Steadycams (or camera stabilizers) are attachments used to capture smooth looking video even when the camera and camera operator are in motion. The camera operator may walk (or even jog), move through tight hallways and doorways, and even climb up and down stairs without shaking the camera. […]

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`The Bodgologist` launches

Thank you for mentioning the launch of `The Bodgologist`. You cannot imagine the struggle (and expense) this has been against a very powerful and well oiled motoring media machine. As it will take some time to get a presence on the search engines, It would be even nicer if you were to display the website […]


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The Bodgologist launches

In the macho-male dominated world of motoring journalism, where it’s all horses and gizmos despite an ever-increasing proportion of the consumers being women, none of the columnists or TV programmes feature the construction of the car, let alone from the female point of view. All that is about to change. www.bodgologist.co.uk


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BODGER – An itinerant chair-leg turner

This term was once common around the furniture-making town of High Wycombe in Buckinghamshire, between London and Oxford …. But that leaves us with another sense, the more common one (at least in Britain and Australia) of an incompetent mender of things, which Americans and some British people may prefer to see spelled botcher….Yet another […]


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